AT&T Codes Of Culture Shoot @ HartBeat Studios


Dakar Foundation was invited to participate as part of the AT&T Believes Campaign to provide awareness, access and equity to Community College students in the Los Angeles County digital media industry workforce landscape. April 10th found us shadowing the AT&T Codes Of Culture campaign at HartBeat Studios, Canoga Park. TAG the hottest up and coming artist in LA 👇🏽 We’re looking […]

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The Grand Opening For Kevin Hart’s HartBeat Production was a small intimate affair made up working writer, directors and producers that got a chance to network and see the new facility all dressed up as a event space. View this post on Instagram #Recap • Official Opening of @hartbeatstudiosla with @estelledarlings and our CEO @missdiddyla #TheBrandGroup A post shared by […]

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Do some back-of-the-napkin math, and that equates to about 23 percent of U.S. school districts without access to high-speed broadband internet in the classroom.- TODD KOMINIAK This is astonishing, want to know more?#Ed463 #TeacherByTrine — Madisen Campbell (@madicampbell15) April 6, 2019 We need to continue to work hard in our District to address the digital use divide in our classrooms. […]

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Unlocking The Career Tool Shed  VOL. II The next phase of our Unlocking The Tool Shed Series will commence, Friday, April 12th, through our partnership with The HartBeat Academy Resource Training is an apprenticeship program developed by Kevin Hart and Munir Mahmud (Head of Operations @ HartBeat Studios). The program is designed to give Community College students the opportunity to […]

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We pay homage to those African American Diversity Change Agents aka the Fallen 66. They gave all, and we aim to make sure you know their names on Memorial Day May 28. — Kevin Clark (@Homageusa) March 24, 2019 Captain Lawrence E. Dickson was the first of 66 Tuskegee Airmen pilots aka “The Fallen 66 was laid to rest […]

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A Tuskegee hero is buried 75 years after his death in World War II Marla L. Andrews, right, watches an honor guard lower the casket carrying the remains of her father, Capt. Lawrence E. Dickson, on Friday at Arlington National Cemetery. Dickson was killed in 1944. Nearly 75 years after his fighter plane crashed in Austria, Capt. Lawrence E. Dickson, […]

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Why Workforce Diversity Matters for Your Business | — Steven Hudson (@itsstevenhudson) March 17, 2019

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The two-day 2019 A2MEND Summit has come and gone, and yet for the life of me I can’t get enough, and pray these brothers keep this energy exchange going year around through some social channel.  I hope the memories, moments and young scholars don’t fade away like most LA events tend to do. Dakar Foundation pledges to find a  platform […]

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